* Infrastructure stocks gain on hopes for govt action * Power utilities gain on New Delhi tariff hike proposal * Caution ahead of Thurs derivatives expiry, EU summit By Manoj Dharra MUMBAI, June 27 (Reuters) - Indian shares rose on Wednesday as power utilities gained after a proposed tariff hike in New Delhi, while infrastructure stocks such as BHEL advanced on hopes for a renewed push by the government to increase investment in the sector. Sentiment was also boosted after Deutsche Bank ...
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